Springfield Clinic employs nearly 3,000 people in Springfield and communities throughout central Illinois. We believe our ability to provide excellent care depends on the quality, integrity and commitment of our physicians and staff. We're proud to offer a robust set of benefits and employee perks, customizable to fit any lifestyle.
Health & Prescription Insurance
We're committed to providing comprehensive and quality medical coverage at a reasonable cost. Our health partner, Cigna, provides a whole-health approach by integrating physical, emotional, social and environmental aspects of your health.
Your dental health is an important part of your overall health. Springfield Clinic offers you the opportunity to purchase comprehensive dental coverage through Delta Dental.
Springfield Clinic provides benefits-eligible employees with group term life insurance coverage of 2.5 times your annual salary. You can purchase voluntary life coverage to provide you and your family additional financial security.
Accidental Death & Disability
Springfield Clinic provides benefits-eligible employees with a matching AD&D Benefit. You can purchase voluntary AD&D insurance coverage to provide additional coverage in the case of an accidental death or partial amounts of coverage in the event of a loss of a limb, sight or other permanent loss.
Short- & Long-Term Disability
Voluntary short-term disability insurance pays you a weekly benefit in the event you can’t work because of a non-work related accident, illness or injury, physical disease, pregnancy or mental disorder. Voluntary long-term disability insurance pays a monthly benefit in the event you cannot work because of a long-term illness or injury.
Springfield Clinic knows how important it is for you to save for the future. As such, employees who are at least 18 years at time of hire will be automatically enrolled into the 401(k) plan upon hire. Springfield Clinic’s retirement plan, administered by Prudential, offers employees a wide variety of investment options.
Springfield Clinic provides a generous employer 401(k) contribution to eligible participants, in the form of a percentage employer match and a profit sharing contribution.
Springfield Clinic employees can receive discounts on health club memberships, cell phone service, credit union and more.
Employee Assistance Program
The employee assistance program provides confidential and professional assistance at no cost to eligible employees, spouses and dependents living in the employee’s household.
The driving force of Springfield Clinic is its people. We come to work every day with a mission to improve health, provide value and serve the community. We are proud to be recognized by the Springfield Business Journal as a “Best Place to Work” in central Illinois!
“The reason why Springfield Clinic is the best place to work is that it is full of wonderful people who make going to work fun, a leadership team that cares about their employees’ well-being and a culture of giving, working hard and making improvements every day to patient care, employee jobs and the organization in general.”
-Liz Parker, Communications
What is a Community of Caring?
It’s a friendly smile across the reception desk; it’s cutting-edge research in the exam room and state-of-the-art technology down the hall; it’s a reassuring voice over the phone; it’s giving programs that benefit those who need it most; it’s all these things and so much more.
Every day when Springfield Clinic physicians and staff come to work, they come to serve others, whether it’s our patients, our fellow employees or our local communities. If you’re passionate about health care and value service, our community of caring may be right for you!
Springfield Clinic is proud of our physicians and the outstanding care they provide. Each year, one physician is chosen from among our many talented doctors to receive the prestigious A. Raymond Eveloff Award for Clinical Excellence. This is our way of recognizing our doctors for going above and beyond to ensure the health and well-being of our patients and for being active leaders in our organization and the communities we serve. At Springfield Clinic we regularly honor our employees for their service, because we feel it’s important to recognize their talent, dedication and passion for what they do.
Springfield Clinic Medical Insurance Professional Call-in Career Fair
We’re hosting a Medical Insurance Professional Call-in Career Fair on Tuesday, May 31 and Wednesday, June 1. Explore our open positions and then schedule your phone interview online through a convenient form.
Springfield Clinic offers competitive salaries, excellent employee benefits and career growth opportunities.
The Radiologic Technologist is responsible for performing radiographic procedures by the application of ionizing radiation to produce radiographic images under a variety of conditions and assisting physicians as required in the selection of practical applications and technical factors.
Sign-on bonus available!
Clinical Social Worker - LCSW
The Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) is responsible for providing therapy, counseling and intervention services to the Clinic's patients as referred by the physician. There are currently openings in Taylorville and Effingham. Flexible work schedule. Telehealth capabilities.
Certified Medical Assistant - Dermatology
The Certified Medical Assistant is responsible for functioning as an assistant to the physician, optometrist, NP/PA, RN's and LPN's in the areas of direct and indirect patient care, laboratory procedures, charging and medical records.
Clinical Support Assistant
Introducing a new career path at Springfield Clinic, the Clinical Support Assistant (CSA).
Becoming a CSA provides the opportunity to pursue a clinical career with a developmental roadmap, all-inclusive training and expenses covered to achieve your goals.
Have you always been interested in a clinical path in health care but weren’t sure were to start?
Have you wanted to test the clinical waters without an out-of-pocket expense?
The CSA will be responsible for functioning as an entry-level assistant to the physician, optometrist, nurse practitioner or physician assistant, and licensed/certified personnel in the areas of direct and indirect patient care. A high school diploma or GED is required.
Within a year of hire, a certification will be obtained as applicable (Certified Medical Assistant, Certified Ophthalmologic Assistant, Certified Phlebotomy Assistant). All costs covered by Springfield Clinic. Check it out the job description!
CSA’s will receive on-site training and a path to further clinical certifications including:
2-week training "boot camp" to learn the basics and become CPR certified.
1-week observation in a clinical setting (Afterwards, CSAs will select a path best suited to their skills and interests.)
2–3-weeks of clinical specialization on-site training
After all training is complete, you will be matched with a department!
CSA’s will also receive 4-hour continued education per month for a year at no cost to them.
CSA's will also receive additional support to get certified at no cost to them.
Have more questions about the program? Contact Jill Chamberlain at [email protected].
Meet our Team
Diversity & Inclusion
Springfield Clinic values diversity as the presence of difference in the patients that we serve and the people on our teams. We strive to create and maintain inclusive environments for our employees, valuing their opinions, backgrounds and experiences, and therefore expect our employees to in turn provide positive and inclusive experiences to our patients throughout their individual health care journeys with Springfield Clinic
Springfield Clinic is an equal opportunity employer. As such, it is the policy of Springfield Clinic to ensure that applicants are employed, and that employees are treated during employment, without regard to actual or perceived race, religion, sex, color, national origin, ancestry, age, pregnancy, veteran’s status, unfavorable discharge from military service, marital status, handicap, disability or other legally prohibited bases with regards to actions such as employment, upgrading, demotion or transfer, recruitment or recruitment advertising, layoff or termination, rates of pay or forms of compensation and selection for training. Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States. As an employer who participates in E-Verify, it’s important for you to understand your rights as an employee hired by our organization:
ACA Non-discrimination Postings
Springfield Clinic’s mission is to provide the highest quality health care to the people of central Illinois, without regard to disability. Springfield Clinic is equipped to meet the needs of our patients with disabilities. To that end, we provide free aids and services for people with disabilities to communicate effectively with us.